Saturday, October 25th, 2014

Janet Napolitano's file

Napolitano
Janet Napolitano is the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, appointed by President Obama. Prior to that, she was the governor of Arizona.

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Janet Napolitano's website

Recent statements involving Janet Napolitano

Mostly False

Support broke largely along partisan lines

Half-True

Recently, yes. But that's not saying much

Pants on Fire!

It's a small percent but a very large number of people

Recent stories featuring Janet Napolitano

Obama’s move on immigration and amnesty

The Obama administration’s move on immigration reminded us we’ve looked into how to define amnesty.

Texas no-fly zone?

Will the Feds make Texas a no-fly zone if legislators criminalize "groping" during airport pat-downs? Does purchasing an airline ticket buy you a background check? PolitiFact scanned these and other high-flying claims.

Truth-O-Meter patrols the border

PolitiFact Georgia has you covered on homeland security.

The Obama administration trumpeted its reputation on border security recently, so last week, we checked claims about Transportation and Security Administration pat-downs and the border fence.

We also switched on our Deal-O-Meter to check whether Gov. Nathan Deal’s signature on Arizona-style immigration enforcement legislation means he kept a campaign promise.

For variety, we checked Deal on a claim about the cost of childhood obesity and presidential prospect Newt Gingrich on President Barack Obama and food stamps.

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